Consulting Fees | Dr. Lawrence D. Komer Medical Professional Corporation

Dr. Lawrence D. Komer Medical Professional Corporation

What Are Your Consulting Fees?

Q: I would like to know what the cost of an initial consultation would be, what would be involved and how long it would take if I were to set up an appointment to visit you.

A: The Initial Assessment Fee is $149. For self-referred patients (those not referred by a physician), this fee is payable before the booking of the first appointment time. If you have a physician referral the fee can be paid at the time of the first visit. The initial assessment includes education and assessment with our clinic manager Gordon Tonnelly. I would then see you and my fees are covered by OHIP. Our assessment includes the use of a unique 50-question survey (MASI) that we have developed and recently present to the meeting of The International Society for the Study of the Aging Male. This survey is our most important tool in making the diagnosis although there is some reliance on blood tests as well. Wait times to see use typically run only 3 to 4 months. Patients who require quicker appointments or more in depth consultations such as those interested in growth hormone might like to look at joining the Thrive Program. For more information on the Thrive Program – please go to www.thrive-program.com

I hope that we will have the pleasure of seeing you in our clinic.

Q: Are your services for ED covered under OHIP ?

A: Our clinic looks at hormones and hormone replacement. ED can be a part of this. The Initial Assessment Fee is $149. For self-referred patients (those not referred by a physician), this fee is payable before the booking of the first appointment time. If you have a physician referral the fee can be paid at the time of the first visit. The initial assessment includes education and assessment with our clinic manager Gordon Tonnelly. I would then see you and my fees are covered by OHIP.

Our testing is much more comprehensive than just looking at erectile dysfunction. Often treatment for ED will not work until optimum levels of testosterone are reestablished.